Shang Palace Chinese Restaurant at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok introduces a brand-new menu created by Chinese-born Chef Chow Wai Man to bring guests the restaurant’s unique flavour this rainy season. Showcasing many dishes of his new inspirations, Chef Chow will delight Chinese food lovers with his innovative Cantonese cuisine.
Chef Chow, who has more than 17 years of culinary experience in China and Hong Kong, is famous for his traditional Chinese cuisine. During his professional culinary journey, he learned the strong points of different international-cuisine cooking skills to improve himself. Finally, he became a specialist in Cantonese cuisine.
While working at Shang Palace, Chef Chow puts his efforts on design and innovation to create the new menu with the support of his culinary team. His creations are divided into 13 series, which include Chef Chow’s recommendations; signature dishes; appetiser; barbecue corner; soup; abalone, sea cucumber, bird’s nest; live seafood and live fish; seafood; poultry; beef, lamb, pork; vegetable; rice and noodles; and dessert.
Shang Palace’s new extensive à la carte menu features traditional Cantonese dishes, of which the main quality ingredients are imported from the regional Chinese provinces where the original recipes come from. Well-recommended dishes include Fried Shrimp Paste and Deep Fried Spicy Shredded Taro with Nut. These dishes not only taste good, look good and smell good, but also have an interesting story behind each of them, making the dining experience unique and one to remember.
Apart from the new appetiser menu, Shang Palace also presents luscious main course dishes with such highlights as Stewed Pork Belly with Quail Eggs in Casserole, Deep-Fried Chicken (Half), Scrambled Eggs with Scallops, Stir-Fried Assorted Mushrooms with Crispy Pork, Pan-Fried Shrimp Balls with Capsicums and Eggplant, Steamed Crab with Egg White and Shaoxing Wine, and Steamed Tofu and Crab Meat with Broccoli.
Located on the third floor of the hotel’s Shangri-La Wing, Shang Palace is settled in elegant surroundings with hand-painted silk murals adorning its walls. It serves authentic Cantonese delicacies and regional dishes with vegetarian options, including the popular dim sum luncheon that offers more than 28 choices from which to choose. Guests may enjoy their favourite dishes along with a cup of tea by selecting their preferred flavour from a variety of rare tea leaves from China beyond the popular oolong and green tea and all premium Chinese tea.
Shang Palace opens daily for lunch and dinner and has five distinguished private rooms for a party of 10 to 110 guests, which make the restaurant an ideal venue for business, family or special occasions, such as birthday celebrations, engagements and weddings.
For more information and to make a reservation, please call Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok’s restaurant reservations desk on (66 2) 236 9952 and (66 2) 236 7777 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.